Proposed Changes to Conditions in Northern Ireland Electricity Licences (GUA’s)

Published: 21 September 2007

Consultation opened on 21 September 2007. Consultation closed 12 October 2007.

Summary

The Utility Regulator seeks the views of stakeholders, consumers and other affected persons on proposed changes conditions in Northern Ireland Electricity Licences relating to the cancellation of generating unit agreements entered into at privatisation of the electricity industry

The Utility Regulator seeks the views of stakeholders, consumers and other affected persons on proposed changes conditions in Northern Ireland Electricity Licences relating to the cancellation of generating unit agreements entered into at privatisation of the electricity industry

The purpose of the proposed changes is update references which will not otherwise be correct for the period after Go-Live given changes to other licences and documents.

The consultation paper can be viewed here or alternatively a paper copy can be obtained by contacting Tadhg O’Briain at:

Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation
Queens House,
14 Queen Street,
Belfast, BT1 6ER

or by telephone on 028 9031 6324

Notes for Editors

The Utility Regulator is the informal name for the Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation (NIAUR) the regulator of the Electrcity, Gas and Water and Sewerage industries in Northern Ireland. NIAUR’s powers are derived from the Electricity (Northern Ireland) Order 1992, the Gas (Northern Ireland) Order 1996 as amended by the Energy (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 and the Water and Sewerage Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006.

For further information contact:-

Conall McDevitt, Weber Shandwick Tel: 028 90764911, 07770 886933

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